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With its 32 keys the M32 is pretty nice to play regarding its small size. But is it also that portable? In this video we have tested if the Komplete Kontrol M32 fits into:

backpacks of different sizes, carry on (small trolleys), gym bag, sports bag


The Komplete Kontrol M32 should fit into most of the backpacks ands bags.You will even be able to put it into smaller (but flexible) backpacks (see video

However unfortunately it is a little too big for trolleys. it is possible to barely pack the m32 into trolleys but you will probably lose valuable space.


Here is a list of tested Backpacks, Bags and Trolleys:

This is not a review but just a list to the actual video.
Please watch the video to get the best impression

Default / Smaller Backpack (24 L)

Tested Model: Easpack Padded Pack’r
Size: 42cm (h) x 28cm (w) x 15cm (d)
fits just fine

Commuter / Laptop Backpack (34 L)

Tested Model: Osprey Nebula
Size: 48cm (h) x 28cm (w) x 28 cm (d)
fits perfectly

Gym Bag

Tested Model: Nike Gymbag
Size: 43cm (h) x 33cm (w)
does not fit

Hiking Backpack

Tested Model: Deuter Futura 28
Size: 54cm (h) x 34 cm (w) x 24cm (d)
fits perfectly

Hiking Backpack

Tested Model: Deuter Futura 24
Size: 62cm (h) x 28cm (w) x 18cm (d)
fits perfectly

Small Trolley / Carry On

Tested Model: default trolley, squared shape
Size: 48cm (w) x 38cm (h) x 16cm (d)
does not fit – only with wasting lots of space

Small Trolley / Carry On

Tested Model: default trolley, rounded shape
Size: 48cm (w) x 38cm (h) x 16cm (d)
does not fit – only with wasting lots of space

Sports Bag

Tested Model: crane sports / default size
Size: 26cm (w) x 50cm (h) x 30cm (d)
fits perfectly

 

 

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